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DALLAS, TX, Jul 14, 2022 - (ACN Newswire) - Trintech Inc., a leading global provider of cloud-based financial close solutions for the Office of Finance, today announced that its Adra Connector for S/4HANA(R) Cloud, its mid-market suite, and Cadency Connector for S/4HANA Cloud, its large enterprise platform, are certified by SAP for integration with cloud solutions from SAP to deliver finance transformation and value to customers.

"Trintech continues to deliver new integration capabilities to provide customers with even more value in their financial transformation journeys," said Michael Ross, Chief Product Officer at Trintech. "These integrations bring enhanced control, automation, and data integrity to finance and accounting departments around the world, while also helping to ensure that data flowing to and from their SAP solutions is as seamless as possible."

Data integration is fundamental in enabling the Office of Finance to modernize its operations. Bi-directional in nature, Cadency and Adra reduce the cost, time, and risk of data integration by automatically retrieving the data required for reconciliation and close processes.

Solutions that are SAP-certified can be efficiently integrated into SAP solution environments and can reduce overall IT investment costs and risks. In addition, Trintech(R) Smart Automation (also SAP-certified) combines process automation with risk-based capabilities to enable finance teams to focus on high-risk transactions or processes, add value to the finance deliverables, and provide insight to help drive continuous improvement. Most recently, Trintech is extending its Smart Automation capabilities with the release of an automation dashboard that provides real-time visibility and statuses of Smart operational processes.

Trintech currently has hundreds of customers running SAP solutions alongside its solutions such as Siemens, HP, GSK, and Serco Group PLC. Cadency and Adra are ERP-agnostic, offering the ability to support all instances of ERPs and GL systems for complete visibility across all business units, geographies, and sources.

SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that Trintech's Adra Connector for S/4HANA Cloud and Cadency Connector for S/4HANA Cloud solutions integrate with SAP S/4HANA Cloud using standard integration technologies, or that run as an add-on to a cloud solution from SAP.

About Trintech

Trintech Inc., a pioneer of financial corporate performance management software, combines technical and financial expertise to create innovative, cloud-based software solutions that deliver world-class financial operations and insights. From high volume transaction matching and streamlining daily operational reconciliations, to automating and managing balance sheet reconciliations, intercompany accounting, journal entries, disclosure reporting and bank fee analysis, to governance, risk and compliance - Trintech's portfolio of financial solutions, including Cadency(R) Platform, Adra(R) Suite, and targeted tools, ReconNET(TM), T-Recs(R), and UPCS(R), help manage all aspects of the financial close process. Over 3,500 clients worldwide - including the majority of the Fortune 100 - rely on the company's cloud-based software to continuously Boost the efficiency, reliability, and strategic insights of their financial operations.

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Trintech has offices located across the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, and the Nordic countries, as well as strategic partners in South Africa, Latin America, and the Asia Pacific. To learn more about Trintech, visit www.trintech.com or connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

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Killexams : Chasing Zero With SAP Industry Network for Automotive

Published 07-07-22

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Data is a driving force when it comes to reduction of carbon emissions. Catena-X is establishing a data ecosystem that creates the transparency of emission information from business partners across the end-to-end automotive value chain.

SAP Industry Network for Automotive packages help enterprises gain insights into their product carbon footprint data and identify further potentials in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Scope 3 Emissions: The Biggest Challenge to Achieve Net Zero

Despite the massive disruptions that businesses are currently facing, climate change remains the most critical challenge that industries must jointly tackle. To achieve the goal of the Paris Agreement of limiting global warming to 1.5°C — which would reduce the possibility of initiating the most dangerous and irreversible disasters of climate change — net zero CO2 emissions need to be secured globally around mid-century. The European Union (EU) set an even more ambitious target to reach climate neutrality by 2050.

This means, in short term, that GHG emissions need to be reduced by more than 50% by 2030 in order to set a responsible pathway to meet the net zero target.

Although the largest companies have specifically articulated sustainability or carbon neutrality as their strategic goal, few have painted a clear and comprehensive action plan for the transition. Regulations such as the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) or new rules proposed by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (U.S. SEC) on disclosing corporate carbon data leave businesses no time for empty green statements. The time to act is now!

Why is it so difficult to report on carbon emissions? While reporting of scope 1 (direct emissions from owned or controlled sources) and scope 2 (indirect emissions from the generation of purchased energy) emissions has already been well established in many companies throughout the world, visibility into the GHG emitted through the supply chain (scope 3), which constitute the significant share of the overall emission, is often not sufficient.

In the automotive industry for instance, 98% of total GHG emissions are scope 3 emissions. That is why it is even more crucial to identify carbon footprint reduction opportunities along the supply chain. Lack of trust, lack of access to high-quality data, inconsistent methodology or standards of data accounting, and lack of interoperable technology solutions across the highly complex automotive supply chain are the main obstacles to overcome.

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With GreenToken by SAP, companies can share their product carbon footprint with their business partners in an easy, efficient, and secure way.

Unleash the Network Power for Decarbonization

To meet sustainability and regulatory requirements, companies need to work together with partners, suppliers, and customers and establish transparent processes and common data standards — from material acquisition to manufacturing to distribution.

As the first open and collaborative data ecosystem, Catena-X Automotive Network is targeting a more sustainable industry value chain by incorporating all participants involved and enabling the data transparency. Tracking the product carbon footprint is one of the first use cases that Catena-X is now addressing. This is the starting point for a better understanding of the scope 3 GHG emissions, which sets the foundation of enforceable decarbonization opportunities.

On one hand, a common accounting and reporting methodology on product carbon footprint data is required to support the consistency, comparability, and verifiability of the data sourced from the network partners. By partnering with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Catena-X adopts the framework of CO2 calculation scheme and data model.

Earlier this year, SAP was the first organization in the world to achieve a standardized carbon footprint value in a WBCSD proof of concept. Importantly, the standardized approach also encourages network partners to move away from unspecific industry average measurements and toward using accurate primary emission data.

On the other hand, technology is key to operationalizing emission accounting and sharing. With its longstanding industry process know-how as well as solution best practices, SAP acts strongly as a key enabler in product carbon footprint data tracking within the automotive network.

Industry Network Solutions Empower Automotive Value Chain in Chasing Zero

With GreenToken by SAP, companies can share their product carbon footprint with their business partners in an easy, efficient, and secure way.

GreenToken is a Web-based, subscription SaaS solution striving to create accountability and transparency across the material supply chain. Being compliant with the standardized data model defined with WBCSD helps ensure data consistency across the network.

The product carbon footprint data can be managed and transferred easily on material level between direct business partners.

It leverages an energy-efficient form of blockchain to notarize and transfer carbon emissions via tokens from one supply chain member’s wallet to the next, without disclosing private or confidential data. As these tokens travel along the supply chain downstream, the collected information gets shared, creating a reliable, immutable, and auditable chain of custody. In addition, not only CO2 data but also other information such as the origin of parts and certifications can be shared via this trustful and verifiable approach.

The solution provides a secured open API, accessible to other carbon emission calculation tools or back end solutions for transactions. A direct integration with SAP ERP Central Component 6.0 and SAP S/4HANA software is in place.

Transactions can also be driven by import of CSV files or manually, which means that small and midsize enterprises (SMEs) without back end enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions can also leverage GreenToken for carbon data sharing within the network.

“GreenToken’s novel approach has the potential to create an accountable and auditable network to scope 3 reporting that is lacking today,” said James Veale, co-founder of GreenToken by SAP. “What is more, we have already proved GreenToken at scale in other supply chains, and the solution is now ready for Catena-X.”

Hagen Heubach is global vice president and head of Industry Business Unit Automotive at SAP, and a Board Member of the Catena-X Automotive Network.
Heiko Flohr is senior vice president and head of Product Management for SAP for Discrete Industries, and a member of Guidance Board for Catena-X Automotive Network.
Leyi Liu is part of Solution Management for SAP Industry Network for Automotive and Catena-X Automotive Network.

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Killexams : Progress report: A CIO’s cloud migration journey to S/4HANA

The ANWR Group, a Mainhausen-based community of financial services and retailers in the footwear, sporting goods, and leather goods industries, has, until 2018, used the ERP system of its bank subsidiary DZB Bank, and as a result, banking sector regulations for financial accounting and controlling also applied to the retail area of ​​the company.

Over time, these regulations became more restrictive, and the flexibility needed for the trading industry was no longer available. “We had already started separating the IT systems a few years earlier in order to better prepare both the bank and the trading companies for the respective requirements,” recalls ANWR Group CIO Sven Kulikowsky. The ERP software was the last shared system.

Together in the greenfield

ANWR adopts a cloud-first strategy for new IT projects, and in 2018, the IT department tackled the migration to SAP S/4HANA together with the business areas of financial accounting and controlling. There was already knowledge of the solutions from the Walldorf-based software company since the previous core system was an on-premises SAP R/3 that was heavily modified. So the new environment really had to be based on a greenfield approach in the public cloud set up by SAP.

“It was extremely important to get the departments on board from the start,” says Kulikowsky. Together they determined what the new solution had to be able to do from the start. In joint workshops, mixed teams from business departments and the IT evaluated the capabilities and degree of maturity of the cloud platform.

Agile with purpose

In order to organize the change, a steering committee was formed as the highest control body. Underneath, a project board formed as a control team from Kulikowsky and his counterparts in financial accounting and controlling, which coordinated with the project manager of the external partner Camelot ITLab for two hours a week. The team received input from cross-functional working groups made up of staff and external consultants, who discussed problems with specific processes. “We were able to quickly compare different opinions and make decisions,” says Kulikowsky. As a result, departments and IT have always pulled together.

He set a goal of migrating all systems to the new environment by the end of 2021, and the 2021 annual financial statements created with S/4HANA. Plus, the 2022 financial year was to start without the old environment, and to do this, Kulikowsky defined nine waves.

In these phases, the teams worked with agile methods and flexible time schedules. ”With this mix of milestones and sprints, the teams have a clear goal in mind, while at the same time we take into account risks that would have derailed a fixed schedule,” he says. Developments may sometimes take longer, but the main thing is that everything fits in the end. 

The starting signal was given in Q1 of 2020 and after four weeks, Covid-19 hit. ”Due to the uncertainty in retail and the many lockdowns and difficulties in the supply chains, we had to stop the project,” says Kulikowsky. Six months later, the project team resumed work on the migration, yet completely remotely, which was a new experience for everyone involved. “But we coped well,” he says. Previously, the team worked in a project area in the office and exchanged ideas closely, but this abruptly changed to remote working. “We used Microsoft Teams as a central tool for knowledge and file exchange, conferences, and appointments,” he says. “All colleagues were easily accessible and could work very flexibly.”

Migration in nine waves

After almost five months, the first pilot was implemented on December 1, 2020, in six small companies that had no interfaces to HR or booking systems, and had small company codes. The employees switched to the new system and got to know it with the first bookings.

The remaining eight waves were spread over 2021. Up to four companies were converted to the new system and on November 22, 2021, everyone had migrated to SAP S/4HANA. After some adjustments to interfaces, the project was declared over on March 30, 2022. “Now it’s about ironing out workarounds, improving processes, and closing gaps,” says Kulikowsky. The goal is to have as much standardization as possible.

In addition to the problems caused by Covid-19, Kulikowsky and his team overcame a number of other challenges. In IT and other departments, the project meant more work in day-to-day business. “If a dealer has a problem, it has to be solved quickly, regardless of whether we’re currently migrating to SAP or not. We had to constantly manage this double burden,” he says.

In addition, it was necessary to convince other department staff. “After 20 years in the old system, some colleagues had difficulties getting used to the new interface and processes in the cloud,” he says. To this end, the project management held weekly meetings with the business units to discuss the processes, questions, and problems.

At the stages when certain companies went live, the responsible accountants were present at each of these meetings. They drew attention to special issues or requirements and helped to develop solutions.

There was also a bug tracking list that was edited twice a week. In it, the team collected questions, fears, worries, and comments, addressed them and suggested solutions.

Roller coaster SAP standards

A major concern of IT for the new landscape was standardizing as much as possible. “The business areas should become less dependent on IT,” says Kulikowsky. There were many special functions in the old system and especially in the retail area. Here, too, he used workshops with specialist departments to find out what requirements SAP standard software was available for.

Almost 90% of the new ERP system now runs on standard software. In some places there were difficulties with the solutions from SAP, according to Kulikowsky.

In the first test runs and demonstrations by SAP and the implementation partner, it looked as if the cloud modules would fit all use cases. In day-to-day business, however, Kulikowsky’s team noticed that the software was causing some problems. “We didn’t check the selection carefully enough so we only noticed during the ongoing project that elementary functions weren’t running smoothly,” he says. Pay slips, for example, could not be integrated seamlessly.

A total of around 35 internal and a dozen external employees participated in the project with about 35 interfaces built between SAP and other systems. ”The connection of the HR management system HCM to S/4 is especially a disaster,” he says. Standard integrations from the old system are no longer available in the new one, so critical information isn’t transferred to the cloud, like bills without an invoice date, for example, or if the SAP system didn’t reflect legal requirements for financial accounting in the processes.

“Some SAP solutions have had problems with their own cloud interfaces,” says Kulikowsky. “In that case, it would have been just as difficult to connect a non-SAP solution.” In contrast, the integration of the sales and service cloud C4C in HANA was easy. This indicates that SAP was no longer investing in HCM, although the product is still being used by many companies. As a result, customer satisfaction suffers.

Performance was also a problem. Outside of the test environments, the performance of some cloud apps often dropped. ”Our workforce is now used to a user experience like at home and therefore has higher demands on the solutions in the office,” he says. If the performance collapses during operation, the corporate IT has little influence and is dependent on SAP.

Nevertheless, Kulikowsky sees the benefits of migration. For example, payment transactions have become leaner. “We have automated the process of reading in an account statement so colleagues no longer have to type it in,” he says. “That saves time.” All accountants now use a single system without special solutions, giving IT more time to innovate and implement more easily without the old banking system.

Kulikowsky also wants to Boost data quality. The new processes automatically consolidate the incoming information via interfaces but inaccuracies from the source systems are still transferred to the cloud ERP. However, it’ll still be a while before the full extent of the improvements is visible. ”The new processes may be faster, but the employees need time to familiarize themselves and to leave old paths.”

Clear line and trust

For Kulikowsky, working closely with the departments was crucial to the success of the ambitious project. “It wasn’t just an IT or departmental project, it was a collaborative effort,” he says. ”Everyone involved knew the requirements and possible obstacles from the start.”

In addition, everyone had a clear idea of ​​the target state and the project priorities. “We had requirements from the business units: paying and submitting bills, and the advance tax return had to function permanently,” Kulikowsky says. The project team was always able to achieve this.

He also insists on trust in his own team. “The time pressure has to be maintained, but if a colleague is unsure whether we can actually go live with something, we take the risk and plan two more weeks,” he says. For the next major project, he wants to communicate more and Boost the exchange of information. For the future, he thinks about a hybrid model: two to three days in the office and the rest in teleworking. “On one hand, we would have the necessary exchange. On the other, our colleagues could work at home in a concentrated and undisturbed manner.”

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Killexams : Learn How PwC Helps Its Customers Achieve Their Climate Targets

Sustainable is the new profitable, but balancing the two is not possible without first assessing the impact of climate change on business strategy and then making companies or portfolios fit for the risks and opportunities of climate change.

Michael Rasch, Global SAP Leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers Germany (PwC), recounts how a major global bank recently turned to PwC, one of the most trusted accounting firms in the world, to identify, assess and manage their climate-related risks.

“Climate change including physical climate risks such as floods and tropical cyclones will impact the performance of companies and in future may see changes in their business model,” said Rasch. “Therefore, the performance of investment and credits will affect portfolios by impacting the underlying counterparties' profitability.” s

Using the Climate Excellence solution, PwC helped the bank assess the potential financial impact of climate-related risks and opportunities in their credit portfolio across a range of temperature scenarios, identifying hot spots and illustrating the potential impact on the profitability of every single counterparty worldwide.

The cold facts

The risks of climate change to humans and the environment are immense. More frequent and intense drought, storms, heat waves, rising sea levels, melting glaciers and warming oceans can directly harm all living creatures, destroy the places they live, and wreak havoc on people's livelihoods and communities. At the same time the actions to limit global warming will impact the traditional business models of companies directly, seen for example as the automotive industry going goes all in on electric vehicles.

According to analysis conducted by CNN, weather disasters have cost the United States $750 billion dollars in the last five years, and climate change could cost the U.S. federal budget about $2 trillion each year — a 7.1% loss in annual revenue — by the end of the century. These are the costs in the US alone. Worldwide, the cost of climate change is adding up in a number of areas including coastal disaster relief, flood insurance, crop insurance, health-care insurance, and wildland fire suppression.

However, these catastrophic conditions also present opportunities, particularly for investors creating portfolios with a positive social and environmental impact. Examples of game-changing investment opportunities include construction and infrastructure projects built to withstand extreme weather events, renewable energy, sustainable agriculture and resilient water infrastructure projects. But how do you know, which of your investments will be resilient in the light of climate change?

The hot solution

Disclosing on sustainability-related syllabus is not new – the practice has matured over many years. Now, investors are demanding increasing amounts of information in order to assess the adaptability and future-readiness of companies, and regulators are expanding specifications for compliant reporting to include increasingly detailed descriptions. Supervisory boards are focusing on these syllabus to ensure effective corporate supervision.

PwC's award-winning Climate Excellence solution for climate scenario analysis supports investors and companies in their quest to assess and disclose the impact of climate change. The tool enables them to adequately assess risks and set up a long-term sustainability strategy, steering and reporting.

The SaaS solution, based on SAP Business Technology Platform, enables PwC’s clients to calculate the implications of climate risk to better understand challenges and opportunities within the climate crisis. It was developed by PwC to enable consultative support to clients on integrated reporting and fulfilling requirements established by the Task Force for Climate Related Financial Reporting (TCFD).

The tool is based on different climate scenarios and energy system models created by the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Network for Greening and Financial Systems (NGFS). These scenarios provide a common starting point for analyzing climate risks to the economy and financial system.

“Climate Excellence enables you to understand the financial implications of different climate scenarios and the key risk and opportunity drivers of each one,” said Rasch. “The solution enables companies and investors to systematically integrate climate impact analysis and stress testing in existing processes in order to test the resilience of the business model.”

According to Rasch, the availability of such solutions comes none too soon. Clients are facing increasingly strict ESG reporting requirements and are looking for tools which enable a higher integration of their existing data sources with new external data providers for ESG steering and reporting.

The European Union, for example, issued the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) last year, requiring more than 50,000 companies to report sustainability information according to mandatory EU standards. These standards address the syllabu of double materiality, allowing companies to assess opportunities from both a financial and non-financial perspective putting climate scenario analysis explicitly into focus.

“Beyond assessing the impact of climate change, new laws like Germany’s Supply Chain Due Diligence Act make it imperative for enterprises to put their global value chains to the test,” said Rasch. “The law mandates companies with offices in Germany to conduct due diligence on their supply chains to protect human rights and the environment. With up to 800,000 euros in fines and the potential for lawsuits, compliance can’t wait — it’s an immediate imperative.”

The end result

Whether enterprises or financial institutions, companies using PwC’s Climate Excellence solution experience numerous benefits. The tool automates manual processes, saving time and effort. It drives employee satisfaction by removing tedious, time-consuming tasks and allowing more time for more impactful and meaningful work. Data is regularly checked for quality and updated with the underlying scenario information, leading to increased data accuracy. Most importantly, companies can leverage data and analytics to gain transparency into climate impacts and identify risks in their portfolio.

“Only by proactively managing risks can companies leverage the opportunities of climate change to achieve a well-balanced asset portfolio,” said Rasch.

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Killexams : Qlik Debuts Support for Amazon Redshift Serverless Cloud Data Warehouse

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PHILADELPHIA, July 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Qlik ® today announced support for the newly launched Amazon Redshift Serverless cloud data warehouse with integrations to both Qlik Sense ® cloud analytics and Qlik Data Integration. As organizations look to activate key enterprise data sources like SAP and Mainframe for cloud analytics at scale across the business, customers know they can leverage Qlik’s solutions alongside Amazon Redshift Serverless to deliver relevant and timely data to business users when it matters most for decision making.

“Qlik has a long history of supporting Amazon Redshift customers since its debut ten years ago,” said Itamar Ankorion, SVP Technology Alliances at Qlik. “Combining Amazon Redshift Serverless with Qlik Data Integration ensures joint customers have the relevant and timely data they need from key sources like SAP and Mainframe for analysis on-demand through the cloud, while also benefiting from the ability to scale analytics through the cloud with Qlik Sense to any team across the organization when they are making decisions.”

The support for Amazon Redshift Serverless is the latest milestone in Qlik’s continued work with AWS centered around maximizing the value of enterprise data for cloud analytics. Last year, Qlik launched a collaborative solution with AWS to help enterprises drive more value from their SAP data by leveraging Qlik Data Integration to deliver real-time, analytics-ready data from their SAP systems into AWS. This solution leverages Qlik’s deep expertise in accessing and transforming SAP data for analysis, using best in class cloud data warehousing, data lakes and machine learning initiatives. 

“The ability to more easily access and integrate SAP data for analysis to enhance decision-making unlocks a significant source of value from one of our most important data assets. With Qlik Data Integration feeding our AWS environment with SAP, we are better positioned to unlock the value of our SAP data as part of our larger journey to being fully data-driven across the organization,” said Clint Clark, VP Finance Performance Systems and Data at Schneider Electric.

Qlik has been an AWS Advanced Technology Partner since 2020, achieved AWS Migration and Modernization Competency in 2021, and has both Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS and Qlik Data Integration available in  AWS Marketplace. The breadth and depth of integrations and designations all point to customers being able to confidently deploy Qlik technology alongside AWS to drive more value from all their data in the cloud.

“Customers love Amazon Redshift’s best-in-class price performance and rich SQL feature set including new capabilities such as semi-structured data, machine learning, and data sharing. As data volumes and the needs to get insights from data increase, customers want to make Redshift even more widely available to users in their organizations who aren’t data warehouse experts.” said Yan Leshinsky, VP Amazon Redshift. “With Redshift Serverless, customers get everything they love about Redshift together with ease of operations. The simplicity and automated scaling capabilities along with the pay-as-you-go model makes Amazon Redshift easier and more cost-effective choice for these dynamic business environments.”

To learn more about Qlik’s data analytics and data integration solutions on AWS, visit  https://www.qlik.com/us/products/technology/amazon-web-services. To learn more about Qlik’s unique ability to maximize the value of SAP data visit:  https://www.qlik.com/us/products/technology/sap.

About Qlik
Qlik’s vision is a data-literate world, where everyone can use data and analytics to Boost decision-making and solve their most challenging problems. A private company, Qlik offers real-time data integration and analytics solutions, powered by Qlik Cloud®, to close the gaps between data, insights and action. By transforming data into Active Intelligence, businesses can drive better decisions, Boost revenue and profitability, and optimize customer relationships. Qlik serves more than 38,000 active customers in over 100 countries.

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Killexams : Reply Receives 2022 SAP® Pinnacle Award in the Customer Excellence Category

TURIN, Italy, July 14, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Reply today announced that it received a 2022 SAP® Pinnacle Award in the Customer Excellence category, which recognizes its outstanding contributions as an SAP partner. SAP presents these awards annually to the top partners that have excelled in developing and growing their partnership with SAP and helping customers run better. Winners and finalists in 22 categories were chosen based on recommendations from SAP, customer feedback, and performance indicators.

"With the SAP Pinnacle Awards, we recognize top-performing partners who have excelled in helping customers become best-run businesses," said Christian Klein, CEO of SAP SE. "The winning partners have been chosen based on their commitment to customer value creation, exponential growth, and simplification. Together, we support our customers on their journey to becoming intelligent, sustainable enterprises."

"We are delighted to receive the 2022 SAP Pinnacle Award in the Customer Excellence category. This award crowns the accolades we have already achieved and underlines our partnership. SAP recognises our outstanding customer experience and the business results achieved for our customers, as demonstrated by the implementation of innovative reference projects and best practices. The award reconfirms our leading position and valuable relationship with our customers, who we support with next generation solutions and services in various industries," said Filippo Rizzante, CTO of Reply.

Reply's customers benefit from its extensive international experience in implementing SAP software solutions. The company uses an agile approach to the design and development of business information systems to optimise its activities and processes. Reply's expertise encompasses business processes using Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, big data and analytics. The company uses the latest SAP technologies like SAP Customer Experience and industry cloud solutions to implement efficient and composable solutions for the digital transformation of intelligent enterprises.

SAP Pinnacle Awards shine a spotlight on distinguished partners to acknowledge their dedication to teamwork, exceptional innovation, and capacity to help customers achieve their goals.

Reply

Reply [EXM, STAR: REY] specialises in the design and implementation of solutions based on new communication channels and digital media. As a network of highly specialised companies, Reply defines and develops business models enabled by the new models of AI, big data, cloud computing, digital media and the internet of things. Reply delivers consulting, system integration and digital services to organisations across the telecom and media; industry and services; banking and insurance; and public sectors. www.reply.com

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Killexams : Adra And Cadency By Trintech Are Certified By SAP For Integration With Cloud Solutions From SAP

DALLAS, TX, July 14, 2022 - (ACN Newswire) - Trintech Inc., a leading global provider of cloud-based financial close solutions for the Office of Finance, today announced that its Adra Connector for S/4HANA(R) Cloud, its mid-market suite, and Cadency Connector for S/4HANA Cloud, its large enterprise platform, are certified by SAP for integration with cloud solutions from SAP to deliver finance transformation and value to customers.

"Trintech continues to deliver new integration capabilities to provide customers with even more value in their financial transformation journeys," said Michael Ross, Chief Product Officer at Trintech. "These integrations bring enhanced control, automation, and data integrity to finance and accounting departments around the world, while also helping to ensure that data flowing to and from their SAP solutions is as seamless as possible."

Data integration is fundamental in enabling the Office of Finance to modernize its operations. Bi-directional in nature, Cadency and Adra reduce the cost, time, and risk of data integration by automatically retrieving the data required for reconciliation and close processes.

Solutions that are SAP-certified can be efficiently integrated into SAP solution environments and can reduce overall IT investment costs and risks. In addition, Trintech(R) Smart Automation (also SAP-certified) combines process automation with risk-based capabilities to enable finance teams to focus on high-risk transactions or processes, add value to the finance deliverables, and provide insight to help drive continuous improvement. Most recently, Trintech is extending its Smart Automation capabilities with the release of an automation dashboard that provides real-time visibility and statuses of Smart operational processes.

Trintech currently has hundreds of customers running SAP solutions alongside its solutions such as Siemens, HP, GSK, and Serco Group PLC. Cadency and Adra are ERP-agnostic, offering the ability to support all instances of ERPs and GL systems for complete visibility across all business units, geographies, and sources.

SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that Trintech's Adra Connector for S/4HANA Cloud and Cadency Connector for S/4HANA Cloud solutions integrate with SAP S/4HANA Cloud using standard integration technologies, or that run as an add-on to a cloud solution from SAP.

About Trintech

Trintech Inc., a pioneer of financial corporate performance management software, combines technical and financial expertise to create innovative, cloud-based software solutions that deliver world-class financial operations and insights. From high volume transaction matching and streamlining daily operational reconciliations, to automating and managing balance sheet reconciliations, intercompany accounting, journal entries, disclosure reporting and bank fee analysis, to governance, risk and compliance - Trintech's portfolio of financial solutions, including Cadency(R) Platform, Adra(R) Suite, and targeted tools, ReconNET(TM), T-Recs(R), and UPCS(R), help manage all aspects of the financial close process. Over 3,500 clients worldwide - including the majority of the Fortune 100 - rely on the company's cloud-based software to continuously Boost the efficiency, reliability, and strategic insights of their financial operations.

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Trintech has offices located across the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, and the Nordic countries, as well as strategic partners in South Africa, Latin America, and the Asia Pacific. To learn more about Trintech, visit www.trintech.com or connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

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Killexams : Trintech, Inc: Adra and Cadency by Trintech are Certified by SAP for Integration with Cloud Solutions from SAP

By integrating with SAP S/4HANA® Cloud, Trintech's mid-market and large enterprise solutions drive finance transformation and value

DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / July 14, 2022 / Trintech Inc., a leading global provider of cloud-based financial close solutions for the Office of Finance, today announced that its Adra Connector for S/4HANA® Cloud, its mid-market suite, and Cadency Connector for S/4HANA Cloud, its large enterprise platform, are certified by SAP for integration with cloud solutions from SAP to deliver finance transformation and value to customers.

"Trintech continues to deliver new integration capabilities to provide customers with even more value in their financial transformation journeys," said Michael Ross, Chief Product Officer at Trintech. "These integrations bring enhanced control, automation, and data integrity to finance and accounting departments around the world, while also helping to ensure that data flowing to and from their SAP solutions is as seamless as possible."

Data integration is fundamental in enabling the Office of Finance to modernize its operations. Bi-directional in nature, Cadency and Adra reduce the cost, time, and risk of data integration by automatically retrieving the data required for reconciliation and close processes.

Solutions that are SAP-certified can be efficiently integrated into SAP solution environments and can reduce overall IT investment costs and risks. In addition, Trintech® Smart Automation (also SAP-certified) combines process automation with risk-based capabilities to enable finance teams to focus on high-risk transactions or processes, add value to the finance deliverables, and provide insight to help drive continuous improvement. Most recently, Trintech is extending its Smart Automation capabilities with the release of an automation dashboard that provides real-time visibility and statuses of Smart operational processes.

Trintech currently has hundreds of customers running SAP solutions alongside its solutions such as Siemens, HP, GSK, and Serco Group PLC. Cadency and Adra are ERP-agnostic, offering the ability to support all instances of ERPs and GL systems for complete visibility across all business units, geographies, and sources.

SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that Trintech's Adra Connector for S/4HANA Cloud and Cadency Connector for S/4HANA Cloud solutions integrate with SAP S/4HANA Cloud using standard integration technologies, or that run as an add-on to a cloud solution from SAP.

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About Trintech

Trintech Inc., a pioneer of financial corporate performance management software, combines technical and financial expertise to create innovative, cloud-based software solutions that deliver world-class financial operations and insights. From high volume transaction matching and streamlining daily operational reconciliations, to automating and managing balance sheet reconciliations, intercompany accounting, journal entries, disclosure reporting and bank fee analysis, to governance, risk and compliance - Trintech's portfolio of financial solutions, including Cadency® Platform, Adra® Suite, and targeted tools, ReconNET, T-Recs®, and UPCS®, help manage all aspects of the financial close process. Over 3,500 clients worldwide - including the majority of the Fortune 100 - rely on the company's cloud-based software to continuously Boost the efficiency, reliability, and strategic insights of their financial operations.

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Trintech has offices located across the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, and the Nordic countries, as well as strategic partners in South Africa, Latin America, and the Asia Pacific. To learn more about Trintech, visit www.trintech.com or connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

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SAP and other SAP products and services mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP SE in Germany and other countries. See http://www.sap.com/corporate-en/legal/copyright/index.epx for additional trademark information and notices. All other product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies.

Media Contact:

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214-957-5009
kelli.shoevlin@trintech.com

SOURCE: Trintech, Inc.

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